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Berqas and the Tolerant Letterboxes

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Berqas and the Tolerant Letterboxes

Berqas and the Tolerant Letterboxes A British official’s derogatory remarks about the wearing of berqas (burqas, burkas, facial coverings) have ignited a firestorm of criticism and a discussion about the boundaries of religion, politics, and tolerance. Guest columnist Maen Alhusseni speaks to the racism of the issue By Maen Alhusseini Former foreign secretary and British…

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Seeing through anti-Trump anger to achieve peace

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Seeing through anti-Trump anger to achieve peace

Seeing through anti-Trump anger to achieve peace Extremist activists have managed to hold Palestine hostage to their unattainable demands, which would essentially return the clock to 1947 before Israel was established by the United Nations with the overbearing influence of the United States. By Ray Hanania Nearly two years into President Donald Trump’s term in…

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Tlaib slips through Black divide to win Congressional seat

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Tlaib slips through Black divide to win Congressional seat

Tlaib slips through Black divide to win Congressional seat Rashida Tlaib was able to win the office for U.S. Congress in Michigan’s 13th District in a large part because of support from activists like filmmaker Michael Moore and allies of Bernie Sanders, but mainly because her African American rivals split the Black vote decisively reducing their…

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Tlaib primary builds Palestinian presence in Congress

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Tlaib primary builds Palestinian presence in Congress

Tlaib primary builds Palestinian presence in Congress Although there is much focus on the fact that Rashida Tlaib is Muslim, and is touted as the “first Muslim woman” to be elected to Congress this November, her Arab heritage is of much more significance. As a Palestinian Arab, Tlaib could find herself in an unusual caucus…

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Much at stake for Arab Americans in Michigan’s vote

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Much at stake for Arab Americans in Michigan’s vote

Much at stake for Arab Americans in Michigan’s vote Aug. 7 Michigan, which has one of the largest Arab American populations, will vote on Tuesday, August 7, 2018, in primary elections. Many Arab Americans are on the ballot including Abdul El-Sayed for Governor on the Democratic ticket, and Rashida Tlaib for Congress, also on the Democratic…

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Deactivated Facebook, LOA from TADN, Rescue Dogs and Serenity

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Deactivated Facebook, LOA from TADN, Rescue Dogs and Serenity

Facebook users of fake accounts will persist to spread ‘fake news’ while those who use the platform to socialize will continue to share their personal lives. This Facebook user deactivated her account and announces her leave of absence from TheArabDailyNews.com By Eileen Fleming I did not alert any of my nearly 5,000 Facebook friends that…

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